Luciana Peker

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Luciana Peker is a journalist and writer specialized in gender. She is the author of the books Love is or is it made? by Academia Antártica; Putita Golosa, for a feminism of enjoyment (Editorial Galerna); Sexteame, love and sex in the era of desiring women (Editorial Planeta); The Revolution of the daughters (Editorial Planeta) translated into French as La Révolution des girles (Editions Des Femmes). She also wrote The women's revolution was not just a pill and Railway women, life experiences on the rails.

She is currently a columnist for the Infobae news portal. She contributes to La Diaria (Uruguay) where she created the Las Bravas section. She wrote for 20 years in the Las/12 supplement of Página 12. She was also a columnist for The New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, El País,, Pikara, Nueva Sociedad, La Marea, Yo Donna, Anfibia, Twenty-three and Criticism. Peker was host of the program Las Mafiosas on Nacional Rock and a columnist on Pasaron cosas, on Radio con Vos and on Diputados TV. She held the series of talks Deconstructing love with the philosopher Darío Sztajnszrajber.

She was honored by Amnesty International for her outstanding role as a journalist in the fight for sexual rights in Argentina. She received the Honorable Mention in the Stimulus Awards from the Taller Escuela Agencia (TEA), the Lola Mora award for journalistic career from the Women's Directorate of the City of Buenos Aires, the Written Press Award For the life of women, not one more death, delivered by ISIS International and sponsored by UNIFEM and obtained the Young Latin American Journalists scholarship from the Goethe Institute.

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